Before I start today’s entry I would like to add that the parents at my sibling’s school are apparently freaking out since their children are about to embark on a London trip. Worried parents are telling their kids to carry objects that they can defend themselves with and to be vigilant. Quite funny, considering how outspokenly non-conservative a lot of these people are. Doesn’t this “completely unjustified fear” make them “bigoted” and “xenophobic?” Over in the USA some parents experienced a change of hearts as well, once one of “their own” was raped by two illegal immigrants at a local high school. Interesting how people normally become worried once something happens close to them or to someone they know…isn’t enough to hear about other people’s suffering? Maryland School Rape Case, another take on the same case.
Here is an interesting article that explains how “hate crimes” are categorised/defined in the UK. Here is an excerpt: “The police’s ‘Hate Crime Operational Guidance’ now stresses that the victim’s perception is the deciding factor in whether something is measured as a hate crime. No evidence is required. ‘Evidence of… hostility is not required for an incident or crime to be recorded as a hate crime or hate incident,’ the guidance says. ‘[The] perception of the victim, or any other person, is the defining factor… the victim does not have to justify or provide evidence of their belief, and police officers or staff should not directly challenge this perception.’ So you don’t need actual evidence to prove hate crime, just a feeling.” Read full article HERE.
“Anti-fascists,” (which could read: “fascists who don’t really realise that they are the actual fascists”) lost the plot when two right-wing groups decided to protest Islamic Extremism in London. The event was highly guarded by police as the authorities feared violent confrontations. It seemed like the police were doing a great job from the footage I’ve seen. Must be strange though to be a cop of immigrant background having to protect “Britain First” and/or “English Defence League” or maybe they agree with their concerns regarding Muslim Extremism…..one can hope….
The “Anti-Fascists” were fronted by a hijab wearing woman ( at least in one video clip I’ve seen) and they were all shouting about how the right-wingers were nazis and islamophobes as one does the second anyone is against muslim supremacists and islamic terror and/or pro-borders and/or pro-strict immigration. “Off-our-streets-Nazi-Scum” they yelled.
The mainstream media tried to spin a story about how the two groups “Britain First” and ” English Defence League” had teamed up together for the protest, this was denounced by the groups themselves on FB…….
Both right wing groups apparently expected lots of people to join them but according to the mainstream media their attendance was rather poor. People used footage of the masked “anti-fascists” as evidence of the right-wingers violent nature if one is to believe social media commentators…. A great number of people online pointed out that these masked people were in fact the “anti-fascists” who are called “Unite Against Fascism” btw. As you can see people were just as divided online as they were in the protest in London.
The masked “anti-fascists” decided to attack the “nazis” (for all I know some of them might be )…according to the alternative narrative…..this is the typical scenario though on both sides of the pond…. Anyone who disagrees with “refugees welcome” or “no borders-no nation-fuck deportation” is a nazi and literally Hitler, even when protesting peacefully. Tommy Robinson had to be escorted by the police to avoid attacks by the “peace-loving” “anti-fascists” in the footage I’ve seen. I also took the time to read about Robinson some days ago and even though his criminal record is dodgy I have to say that his concerns about radical Islam seems to be spot on, from what I could see/tell. He also abandoned the group he had started as he felt that it was being infiltrated by actual, real, nazis, apparently. Who knows if this is true or not, or what has happened, but he certainly was out protesting today….
I’m not a supporter of racism, but you cannot give up your country either, I have no idea where this assumption comes from that any person should be allowed to go wherever they may like. Any welfare system/tax system will collapse as a result. We all have our systems and have to operate within these matrixes. You can destroy one, but this will only lead to the uprising of another. I have no idea why you are evil if you want to defend and protect what is yours either, but apparently you are….Maybe these “anti-fascists” who actually are fascists should go and protest over in the middle east or something and see how much tolerance they get over there….One can only assume that these individuals can’t get enough terrorism and senseless violence in Europe. There is so much information about Muslim Supremacists behaving badly all over our continent it is quite frankly alarming…..in a weak moment when I thought to myself that “maybe it is right that it is Russian propaganda…..maybe it is all a hoax” I came across a Podesta email I’ve linked to further down in this entry….and well yeah…let me just say that no….none of these stories of Europe going to shits are exaggerated or false.
Calling this “islamophobia” or “targeting of muslims” is ridiculous, they keep on highlighting their own group through incompatible, unacceptable behaviour in any western territory where they have a significant presence….. Of course not all are, but you get the point. (In fact I’m getting tired of writing about this. Maybe I should stop. There is just too much information out there and whenever you think you’re done, there’s always something new popping up).
In one of these articles there is a picture of a man holding a “fuck you ISIS” flag…this was apparently very offensive….as if though the very existence of ISIS is not offensive…I’m starting to wonder if people’s shock at Trump’s inauguration speech had to deal with the fact that he said that ISIS should be eradicated/annihilated. I fail to see why this would be a loss…..
In another example of racial/cultural/political tension… A young man was almost killed in Croydon on Saturday. He was standing on a bus stop with a couple of friends when a group of people in their 20s approached him asking him where he came from. He revealed that he was an asylum seeker from the middle east and this resulted in him being “viciously attacked,” the ethnicity of his attackers have so far not been revealed. I’ve kept an eye on the story all day and not much has been revealed besides the age of the perpetrators…
Funny enough…people are trying to highlight what a diverse and safe neighbourhood Croydon is….I didn’t live far from that place when the riots broke out……I’m just saying….it doesn’t seem like a very diverse area to me after having lived right by it….nor is it a place where I would walk around alone after dark to put it that way…
Whether the attackers were muslims, hating on another muslim, which happens all the time in the middle east and now also in Europe, or whether they were white, hating on a foreigner doesn’t change the fact that these are the type of situations you get with diversity. Especially if one group is tired of being attacked and bullied by the other or if one group is becoming worried as they start to see their territory as “lost” or “changed.”
Of course there are those who try to place the blame on right-wing politicians and xenophobia. I suspect that this will be the narrative that people will keep on promoting and spinning rather than revealing the fact that our continent has been slipping gradually and that a lot of hate has been fuelled by how immigrants have actually behaved, not to mention the political elite and the mainstream media who have created this situation in many ways…by bringing in incompatible cultures, then justifying it, hating on any criticism, throwing whistle blowers under the bus ( Bombshell. A must read for anyone who cares about Europe.) constantly preferring and prioritising other people than their own….and so on and so on…..this obscene article for example that dares to claim that there is “institutionalised islamophobia” in Europe, as if though muslims are our continent’s “afro-Americans” a group that was transported in chains to America, is an insult to all of those who have felt abandoned by their representatives while their neighbourhoods have gradually been destroyed and an insult to any minority that actually have been victims of institutionalised racism. The politically correct narrative has been ethno-masochism for so long, you are basically considered a racist unless you willingly wear a hijab “in solidarity” at this point (a bit exaggerated, but I guess you see the picture). Obscene bullshit article from Huffington Post.
Of course I’m not justifying an attack on an innocent person, I’m just trying to get my point across that innocent people end up getting hurt, when “the system” creates a foundation upon which internal conflicts can/will emerge. This creates a situation where “the people” end up fighting each other in the streets, while those behind the mess are left alone….. Or it creates support for a “big brother” government as everyone is feeling unsafe…. or it creates so much instability the whole structure of your nation just falls apart….eventually….also making you vulnerable to foreign meddling and interests…
On a different note; the authorities warned embassies in the UK that they feared an increase in “hate crimes” after the “triggering” of article 50. The police have spoken about an increase in racism towards “other Europeans” as well. All in all though it does seem as if though this “increase in racism” is greatly exaggerated if one is to read the article I linked to above concerning “hate-crimes.” Who knows. I hope that Europe will be Europe and not Europe-stan in the future. If I wanted to live in Algerie or Saudia Arabia I wouldn’t be here…. I also hope that we can move forward without our continent falling apart. If it does then don’t forget who is responsible. Don’t forget who created this mess in the first place.